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Posted on 1997-04-03
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Hi,

I am trying to blit transparent DIB to memory DC of PostScript driver.
No luck yet.

I have seen references to

 bTransSupport = (GetDeviceCaps(hDC, CAPS1) & C1_TRANSPARENT) ? TRUE :
FALSE;

but can't find definitions of CAPS1 & C1_TRANSPARENT.

Does smb know smth about it?

Thank you very much,
Gary Vernikov
gvernikov@documagix.com
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WINDOWS.H does not contain the definitions for any of these new constants. Instead, the definitions are provided in the MMSYSTEM.H file, which can be found in the Windows version 3.1 SDK.

p.s. for more information look at MSDN
Technical Articles/Windows Articles/GDI and OpenGL Articles/Bitmaps with Transparency
or write me at finexprt@carrier.kiev.ua and I send Your an example if You need.
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What about Win 32? It doesn't contain CAPS1...
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